The wedding season is practically here, and you can hardly wait to parade those beautiful ethnic outfits taking care of your best companion’s wedding. And when it is about your best friend’s wedding rolls around, it is just impossible to keep calm without freaking over what to wear for which occasion. But don’t worry! We have decoded the dress code for you for each occasion: Mehendi, Sangeet, Wedding and Reception. Just go through the list and trust us, you are sorted.
- Crop Top with Skirt
The trend of wearing a crop top is all the rage this season, and fashionistas are experimenting with all the possible ways in which to wear one. For your best friend’s mehendi, the crop top can be the perfect item of clothing that you can carry off with a matching, long and flowy silk skirt of similar prints or designs. This simple yet alluring combination makes it an ideal combination for a fun filled mehendi evening.
- Long Kurtas and Lehangas
Wearing something unique already makes you stand out in the crowd and make heads turn. You can achieve that simply by pairing up your long silk kurta with a lehanga (generally not the typical style). Opt for contrasting, yet coordinated, colors for the kurta and the lehanga so that they have a seamless appeal and yet, have a personality and character of their own too.
- Lehanga Choli in Bollywood Style
The sangeet ceremony calls for a lot of dancing and singing on popular Bollywood numbers. Take inspiration from the leading ladies of Bollywood Industry when choosing your attire. You can flaunt deep backs with deep and well cut cholis.
- Traditional Lehanga
Since you will be sharing space with the bride and the groom in most of the pictures, picking up something traditional will be your best bet. Just be sure that your outfit or its color does not clash with that of the bride.. In the modern times the Designer Lehenga Cholis are used as Bridal Garments. Lehenga is the modern version which is designed and improved to cater to the modern women. It is the preferred choice in modern day weddings, sangeet celebrations.